Seattle — Shawn Kemp Jr. netted a career-high 21 points as No. 16 Washington disposed of Grambling State, 86-38, on Wednesday.
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Madison , Wisc. — Gary Andersen is leaving Wisconsin after two seasons to coach Oregon State.
Santa Clara , Calif. — Oregon wasn’t going to let Arizona ruin its national title dreams for a second straight season.
SPOKANE — Gonzaga retired to the locker room, outplayed by Southeastern Louisiana and trailing by one point. The players knew they were in for an animated halftime chat with the coaching staff.
SPOKANE — As the rumors swirled Tuesday afternoon, Eastern Washington football coach Beau Baldwin did his best to quash them.
PULLMAN — For the fifth time in the past six seasons, the Washington Huskies left the Apple Cup game against Washington State carrying the trophy.
PULLMAN — The day after Washington State’s season of high-scoring losses ended, head football coach Mike Leach dismissed defensive coordinator Mike Breske and outside linebackers coach Paul Volero.
ANAHEIM, Calif. — Washington’s performance from the free throw line was abysmal for most of Sunday night.
SEATTLE — Danny Shelton is one of the most massive, intimidating players in the Pac-12. He is listed at 6-foot-2 and 339 pounds, and he uses that girth to bully opposing offensive linemen and wreck running plays.
PULLMAN — Cooper Pelluer will be in the Martin Stadium stands on Saturday supporting his little brother, Peyton, to a point.
PULLMAN — Steve Gleason will be inducted into the Washington State Athletic Hall of Fame tomorrow as the sole member of the 2014 class. The unprecedented move of recognizing just one former WSU athlete will take place between the first and second quarters of today’s game against rival Washington.
Pasadena , Calif. — Kevin Hogan threw two touchdown passes to lead a balanced offensive attack as Stanford knocked off No. 9 UCLA with a 31-10 victory.
SEATTLE — There were no just-another-game clichés from Kasen Williams this week.
Washington football fans might want to consider the bright side of the team’s most frustrating defeat since the 2012 Apple Cup, when Washington State rallied to salvage a season.
LOS ANGELES — At the beginning of October, Bill Walton, the UCLA basketball star turned television analyst, went to a Crosby, Stills and Nash concert that was so good, he said, that it reminded him of the Pac-12 Conference.